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The Sexten Dolomites rise impressively towards the sky in the eastern part of South Tyrol. Against the backdrop of the Drei Zinnen and Sextner Sonnenuhr peaks, skiers can enjoy making some...

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4.0
80/100
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(Number of reviews: 4)
Beginner
3.7
Advanced
3.7
Freeride
3.2
Terrain Parks
3.3
Family
4.7
Nightlife
3.5
Service
0.0
Snow
0.0
Value for Money
0.0
On Mountain Dining
0.0
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Overall: 80 / 100
  • Designated areas for children
  • Great variety of slopes
  • Great variety of slopes for advanced skiers
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • Modern Lifts
  • Après-Ski could be better
  • There could be more easy terrain for beginners

Ski in the midst of a breath-taking mountain landscape

The Sexten Dolomites rise impressively towards the sky in the eastern part of South Tyrol. Against the backdrop of the Drei Zinnen and Sextner Sonnenuhr peaks, skiers can enjoy making some laid-back turns with spectacular views of the Hochpustertal. Between Helm, Rotwand and the Val Comelico, skiers can look forward to almost 70 km of runs to explore. Together with the ski areas in Haunold, Toblach and Prags, the region even boasts over 90 km of trails.

However, the heart of the Hochpustertal is undoubtedly made up by the Helm and Rotwand peaks which have been connected by two gondola lifts since the 2014/15 season. This investment has paved the way for the Sexten Dolomites to now be considered in the same breath as the other top ski areas in South Tyrol. The Ski Pustertal Express is a prime example of the region’s innovative and forward-looking approach. Carrying skiers and snowboarders through the valley, it spans the gap all the way to the Kronplatz valley station. As the Sexten Dolomites are part of the huge Dolomiti Superski region, visitors can explore around 200 km of runs if they buy the lift pass for the greater region.

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Brosch Family (Age: 31-35)
Skill: Pro • in Jan 2018
Travelled as: Couple
Slopes not overflowing-great atmosphere in the Dolomites
Skiing holiday in Sesto is always great. We like it quiet and with great views. There are also many kilometres of pistes to be found, so that it is not boring. That's what we got there. Weather is also almost always sunny.
Ben Ammer
Ben Ammer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Haunold/Innichen – the perfect beginner and family ski area!
The Alta Pusteria Ski region can offer the right offer for almost all levels. The small ski area Haunold at Innichen is the best place for beginners and families with young children. The 9 mostly l... Read complete review
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Martin Bauer
Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Helmet is suitable for any level!
The 2433m high helmet is undoubtedly the "ski Mountain No. 1 in Alta Pusteria". The descents proved to be amazingly varied in our test. Both sporty skiers and families can spend an eventful winter ... Read complete review
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Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Small but nice!
A great advantage of this ski region is the safety of the snow, combined with the many sunny days. The showpiece of the Rotwand ski resort is, however, the huge offer for families. Where else can y... Read complete review
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